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Sep 4, 2012 1:00am PDT
ago. >> who agrees with that, jacques? the president is down to 43% job approval today according to gallup. who is agreeing with you? i guess that's 43%. >> the 43% agree and you will see on november 6th that the majority of americans will agree. >> i see. >> if you remember four years ago in september, the country was hanging on the financial precipice and the president called both obama and mccain white house. we still don't know what john mccain said but we do know obama was the only grown up in the room that offered leadership. that's why americans chosen to be president. since then he provided that leadership. >> that was four years ago, jacques. that was four years ago. >> that was the question are you better off than you were four years ago. >> the four years have elapsed and in those four years we have seen sky high unemployment. record breaking deficits and debt. and highly unpopular socialized medicine. it's no wonder that nobody on team obama even wants to say we are better off. even they can't tell us they are better off. >> it's intellectually offensive to say that y
Sep 12, 2012 8:00am PDT
jacques chirac to support this military action in iraq. you write that bush said to him -- "jacques can you elaborate on that? >> it was a very interesting day when i heard that. this was a phone call -- at that point, jacques chirac have been expressing a great deal of doubt about the intelligence that saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. his doubts opposite were well played. bush was trying to get a unified effort behind getting a resolution from the u.n. and then for military action. chirac was not been particularly cooperative, for the very reason he did not trust the intelligence. there's this phone call and bush is giving many reasons why france should become part of why chirac be joining in, and his not having allowed of success. suddenly, a shift to this religious conversation. jacques chirac's response to this was, he gets off the phone and other people have been in on the call, they all say, does anyone know what he was talking about? his in ministration, someone there reaches out to an expert on the bible in switzerland. this person is like, what is gog and magog?
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. and we are going to put just about 190 some feet down off of bermuda. at this point, bond met jacques cousteau. i point this out because he had gone ahead with his own undersea experiments, which i describe also in the book as part of the history. it inspired at least in part by george bond. we met in the late 1950's, and they had conversations of which bond was giving his bit about how really we ought to be able to meet on the ocean floor. my laboratory experiments with animals and living life as possible. jacques cousteau jumps ahead and set up projects of his own, which was actually great news for bond. it's a good advertising. jacques cousteau is doing it, how crazy could this be? [laughter] all the research showed their association wasn't close but they were friendly, kind of knew what each other was doing. and in fact, cousteau had a couple of of servers that were hanging around during sealab one and learned more about how this was working. this was bond and cousteau at a conference they both attended. not the only conference on underwater activities as they were often called th
Sep 20, 2012 6:00pm PDT
is synonymous with the water. why the son of explorer jacque cousteau was in the bay area. >>> it quite a sight, isn't it? space shuttle "endeavour" flew back to its birth place from houston to edwards air force base in southern california. tomorrow, will be we'll be able to see it here and we have a change in the schedule. it is now scheduled to arrive about one hour later than originally planned. nbc's marian has the new itinerary and joins us from mountain view, the site of the big party tomorrow. >> reporter: absolutely. they've already set up chairs here but you can expect to stand because the crowds are expected to be very, very big. and be sure and have your camera ready. because that flyover is only going to last about 40 seconds. it is this sight, the final flight of the space shuttle "endeavour" carried on the back of a 747 into retirement. it is expected to bring thousands of people here to mountain view tomorrow morning. crews spent the day gearing up for huge crowds. >> we expect anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 people to come right here to moffett field. our gates will be open very e
Sep 13, 2012 12:00pm PDT
reprehensible. violence has no place in religion and is no way to honor religion. >> jacques, we had many reports now that those protests have been organized for weeks, in fact, and were originally slated to oppose the imprisonment of the salafic sheikh that bombed the world trade center in 1993. why are we, meaning the west and specifically this administration, treating this as an issue of religious tolerance, free speech, and pinning it to this video when clearly the video is being used as a cover really to just sort of incite these protests and in some case violence? >> i think we're making a mistake there. i don't think it's a question of religious tolerance and freedom, even though whenever we approach the arab world, we constantly sfeek in those terms. one thing we might try considering is referring to those other parts of the first amendment, the part about abridging freedom of speech, which is a central american value. in foreign policy we have interests and values. maybe as regards the middle east, we let our interests race ahead of our valuing. this is where our values are shout
Sep 14, 2012 9:00am EDT
. >> jacques steinberg is the senior editor of "the choice" and author of "the gatekeepers, inside the college admissions process of a premiere college out in tenth anniversary edition. josh, welcome to you. >> thank you. >> the bloggers are incredible. lots of competition and the web applications have made it even more competitive, right? >> easier than ever to apply, electronically through the common application which makes it easier in some ways to push that button but also harder because more kids can push the button and apply to more colleges. >> going more global, too, people all over the world. >> colleges are recruiting very heavily overseas, but it's important for kids to remember there's 2,000 four-year colleges in this country, and almost all of them accept the majority of kids who apply so the perception that it's competitive is that only a few dozen or so colleges, they are the ones that are often the best known. >> what do you remember in terms of the number of applications? how many schools should you apply to? >> guidance counselors say there's no reason to apply to more than t
Sep 25, 2012 8:00pm PDT
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Sep 20, 2012 4:00pm PDT
of jacques custody yu came to witness an aspiring moment in a beach. he was on hand at the marine mammal center released three previously injured sea lions that were capture asked then treated for trauma. and today talked about preserving world ocean autos how can you pro be detective what you don't understand? if you can provide that information they'll make better decisions. >> this is critical to understand how connected we are to nature. >> they care for about 6 hup animals every year. >> it's a beautiful site. >> yes. >> and there is a wonderful day. >> nice, clear out there. >> there is beautiful weather, if traveling and starting off weekend early, showers around chicago. 66 degree asks cool. only 60s for the high. thunderstorm possibility around miami goitsing to be hot in phoenix there is high temperatures around the state this weekend. morning dense fog, langs, 86. 80s in tahoe and sunshine there. could be showers sunday into monday. there is another mild afternoon, high clouds and sunshine. 80 degrees in livermore, san jose, 73 there is 60 degrees and patches of low clouds lin
Sep 20, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. >> son of jacques kufto is talking about pollution. talking to school kids about what they can do to keep the seas and marine wildlife healthy. and there is also an environmentalist ask a film maker saying human pollution is a big threat to oceans. >> there is amount of chemicals making their way into the ocean and there is perfecting the entire food chain. >> the center cares for 600 mammals each year. 8% need aid because of pollution caused by people. >> still ahead at 6:00 an 11-year-old oakland boy shot in his sleep and hope of capturing support of an important voting block. >> and some reservation web sites invite hackers to improve >>> a child bed is a place kids feel safe but today, anything but for a sleeping boy in east oakland. police are investigating a shooting that left an 11-year-old seriously injured and abc 7 news is live in oakland tonight. how is he doing? >> there is some good news, he is in children's hospital behind me. a family says he'll need surgery. he was home this morning when his house was sprayed with bullets. one bullet sent them into a state of panic. >> the
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. thanks for your time tonight. >> thank you eliot. >> eliot: the granddaughter of jacques cousteau, alexandria cues toe joins me to talk about global warming and the oceans. stimulate your senses. 5 gum. now in micro pack. jack you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] >> eliot: mitt romney, the incredible shrinking candidate. that's coming up on my view. first, let's check in with jennifer granholm "the war room." what have you got for us tonight, governor? >> jennifer: on the heels of the president's address to the united nations, we're going to put foreign policy in the contex
Sep 20, 2012 5:00am PDT
several bay area schools will be attending the event. jean-michelle is the son of jacques cousteau. >>> 5:20 right now. coming up, the nfl -- the league is blowing its lid over niners quarterback alex smith was caught wearing. we'll let you know the price he'll have to pay. >>> plus the giants melky cabrera may be suspended for using performance-enhancing drugs, but that may not stop him from getting one of the league's top honors. >>> welcome back, everyone. take a look at this live look. space shuttle "endeavour" high in the skies. it just took off this morning as it's making kind of an across-the-country trip. a little shaky as they're trying to capture is there. it's going to be making its way over the bay area and you'll have a chance to see it fly live over the golden gate bridge and moffett field. we'll give you the details coming up. pretty cool. >>> 5:23 right now. >>> if he wins it, melky cabrera will most likely get to keep the national league batting title. major league commissioner bud selig said yesterday we generally don't interfere in that process. cabrera is serbiving a 5
Sep 19, 2012 7:00am EDT
. closed. pike r main break. i jeras.o to jacqu start.autiful take a look the sun coming up. with the cloudiness. out. are trying to clear up sunny this afternoon. pretty warm.are we have 62 at reagan national. 52 in winchester. our forecast for today, skies mostly sunny. will be pleasant. 67 >>> it's hot out there. oh, god. oh, god. oh. so much better. how are my little triplet's doing? i'm so thirsty. >> look at that baby bump on jennifer aniston. >> of course. getting home like that. yeah. >> now, we know her secret. she is having so much fun. the tabloids have been given her so much trouble over the years. it's gone wildly viral. robin is on her medical leave. josh is off. great to have elizabeth vargas and amy robach here. >> robin is getting a day of rest. we hope she's resting, not watching. >>> we have a serious note. a woman who says her ex-husband used hidden cameras to spy on her while they were still married. the secret recordings are fueling a bitter legal battle. we're going to get into that. >>> and everybody's talking about "twilight," and some big news that
Aug 31, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, but you just have to make yourself do it. and be if you can get a first sentence down on paper, jacques says act as though you're writing in clay, not in marble. let the first sentence be as stupid as it wishes, no one will print it anyhow. you know, that idea that, you know, you're just noodling around here. this is not set in stone. just nude l around until -- noodle around until you're thinking of going back and making the noodling better. >> host: well, "lots of candles, plenty of cake," 182 pages. how many words is that? >> guest: you know, i'm not sure how many words it is. i thought it was a much longer book -- [laughter] and that's because i now use a font so large at age almost 60 that i think you can read it from space. so i finish a book, and i think, oh, this one's so long. and then someone in my publisher's office sets it in a normal size tonight -- font and says it's a good length, anna, it's around 200 pages. >> host: do you know offhand how many words are on the page -- >> guest: i don't. if i had to guess, i'd say that book is about 70-75,000 words. your average novel i
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Sep 15, 2012 3:00am PDT
hasn't been decontaminated yet. jacques? clean him. ♪ ♪ >> the animated classic finding nemo swims back into theaters this weekend this time in 3-d. this is going to make your kids want a pet fish. so we have some tips on what the easiest thing to buy is, a marine life expert for petco he joins us now. hi, don. >> hi. thank you for having me. >> a pleasure. everybody wants a little nemo fish like one of these clown fish after seeing the movie. you are here to tell us whether or not this is a good starter fish for kids. is it. >> no. what you want to understand is nemo lives in a salt water environment just like the ocean, requires some complex water quality. and you want to make sure that you ask yourself some questions. is this the right thing for me to do? a lot of first-time fish owners this isn't the right option. >> in fact, after the first finding nemo was released, you saw a huge spike of sales of these little clown fish sadly within a year at love owners decided they couldn't take care of them. >> big surge. great to see all the excitement around nemo. we want to see kids aquati
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